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  1. Raptor 400 Impeller Change

    Hey everyone, Here is a Video of how I changed the Impeller on my Raptor 400 Engine. Boat is a 2015 Z3. Perhaps this will help someone looking to tackle this job.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8KkXYnRO6I

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    Join Date
    Jan 2018
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    Boise, ID
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    2018 R23, Centurion Avalanche (previous)
    Thanks for the vid man! Ill be tackling changing mine next time I think.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by Sublimer23 View Post
    Thanks for the vid man! Ill be tackling changing mine next time I think.
    Sure thing! It’s not hard, the only challenge is just getting access to the impeller, but as you can tell it can be done.

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    Dec 2015
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    Denver, CO
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    2007 22ve
    Do yourself a favor and buy the $40 sea dog impeller puller, it makes this job so easy and won’t damage the impeller or housing like pliers or screwdrivers.
    I like to keep my old impeller as a backup in case I have an issue with the new one throughout the season. I replace mine yearly. For the cost of a $35-40 part I get the piece of mind it’s gonna work all year.
    Another tip, remove it during winterization and replace it in the spring, or if you cycle antifreeze through your engine just remove and replace in the spring, that way the impeller blades can’t take a set.

    https://www.discountmarinesupplies.c...YaAnwbEALw_wcB

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    Last edited by Jetdriver; 09-04-2019 at 05:52 PM.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Jetdriver View Post
    Do yourself a favor and buy the $40 sea dog impeller puller, it makes this job so easy and won’t damage the impeller or housing like pliers or screwdrivers.
    I like to keep my old impeller as a backup in case I have an issue with the new one throughout the season. I replace mine yearly. For the cost of a $35-40 part I get the piece of mind it’s gonna work all year.
    Another tip, remove it during winterization and replace it in the spring, or if you cycle antifreeze through your engine just remove and replace in the spring, that way the impeller blades can’t take a set.

    https://www.discountmarinesupplies.c...YaAnwbEALw_wcB

    EFCD6E93-68DC-4B8B-A60D-89D8ABAF5363.jpg
    Thanks for the suggestions

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